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post #3521 of 5300
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Im sure the guys will put it in if you tell them where you want it, mine is going to have a aq6 xt albeit in a R1.0 im sure some guys with L1.0 will put some pics up for you regarding your other questions. The psu will fit no problem.


Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 320 x 600 x 570mm
- Orientation: Standard
- Motherboard Support: ITX, ATX, E-ATX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 200mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 280mm
- PCI Slots: (8x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 450mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED
- Drive Mounts:(4x) 2.5" and (6x) 3.5" or (8x) 2.5"
- Fan Mounts:(4x) 120mm Front (3x) 120mm Top (2x) 120mm Rear (6x) 120mm Sides

Watercooling Support:
- Radiator Mounts (clearance for fans + radiator):
Front: 480mm (92.5mm)
Top: 360mm (85mm to motherboard)
Sides: 360mm (135mm or 95mm when pumps are installed in Lower Chamber)
- Pump Mounts: (3x) 50mm square or (6x) 20-70mm slotted holes


I saw this picture, and many like it, which makes me wonder where the other drive mounts are when looking at other pictures. Do i need to sacrifice the 480 rad up front for some sort of drive cage or something? And then i looked at that seasonic power supply and and started to wonder how long the cut outs were, i just want to be absolutey sure before i purchase you know? Im sure ill figure out the aquaero even if i just have to toss it in the back side and say the hell with it.
post #3522 of 5300
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I saw this picture, and many like it, which makes me wonder where the other drive mounts are when looking at other pictures. Do i need to sacrifice the 480 rad up front for some sort of drive cage or something? And then i looked at that seasonic power supply and and started to wonder how long the cut outs were, i just want to be absolutey sure before i purchase you know? Im sure ill figure out the aquaero even if i just have to toss it in the back side and say the hell with it.

The drives mount at the back on the top section.
post #3523 of 5300
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I saw this picture, and many like it, which makes me wonder where the other drive mounts are when looking at other pictures. Do i need to sacrifice the 480 rad up front for some sort of drive cage or something? And then i looked at that seasonic power supply and and started to wonder how long the cut outs were, i just want to be absolutey sure before i purchase you know? Im sure ill figure out the aquaero even if i just have to toss it in the back side and say the hell with it.

post #3524 of 5300
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Oh god thats how its done. Thanks
post #3525 of 5300
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Oh god thats how its done. Thanks

If you can mod a piece of acyrlic, you could mount the drives to that then attach the acrylic piece with some mod cubes that Parvum do, to the top and bottom if you didnt like them that way, that way you could do some nice cable management then. thumb.gif
post #3526 of 5300
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If you can mod a piece of acyrlic, you could mount the drives to that then attach the acrylic piece with some mod cubes that Parvum do, to the top and bottom if you didnt like them that way, that way you could do some nice cable management then. thumb.gif

Ill figure something out, i use two Hard drives for mass storage drives and for vibration purposes that doesn't seem like the best idea. I think my 1600 is a bit longer than the 1200 in that pic, but im guessing it will align ok, which leaves how to work the aquaero 6 xt into it, which will require a bit of creativity to make the case still look as nice as it does, but ill figure that out.
post #3527 of 5300
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Ill figure something out, i use two Hard drives for mass storage drives and for vibration purposes that doesn't seem like the best idea. I think my 1600 is a bit longer than the 1200 in that pic, but im guessing it will align ok, which leaves how to work the aquaero 6 xt into it, which will require a bit of creativity to make the case still look as nice as it does, but ill figure that out.

The 1200w is 200mm and the 1600w is 225mm so not that much difference you should be fine. thumb.gif The L1.0 is a great case, look forward to your build. biggrin.gif
post #3528 of 5300
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Check out who Parvum are working with at the moment. thumb.gif

Is it as insane as his Modcan B setup that he got a few years ago? Man I felt sorry for Bruce for that, because first it was Daft Punk with a rather large Modcan A order and then Deadmau5 comes in with an even larger Modcan B setup, which last I checked is still the largest one in the world.
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post #3529 of 5300
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The 1200w is 200mm and the 1600w is 225mm so not that much difference you should be fine. thumb.gif The L1.0 is a great case, look forward to your build. biggrin.gif

Unfortunately after many weeks of looking at it i don't think ill be making one with this case, ill need to be going a different route. After doing some more research the lower chamber cover cutout for the front 480 radiator isn't big enough to fit a 60mm rad in push/pull. And after looking over the case its just to beautiful of a design to find a spot to put in a 5.25in bay anywhere that wouldn't interfere with the 480 rad placement if it did fit it.

Beautiful case, unfortunately just doesn't fit the hardware I'm looking to put in it.
post #3530 of 5300
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Unfortunately after many weeks of looking at it i don't think ill be making one with this case, ill need to be going a different route. After doing some more research the lower chamber cover cutout for the front 480 radiator isn't big enough to fit a 60mm rad in push/pull. And after looking over the case its just to beautiful of a design to find a spot to put in a 5.25in bay anywhere that wouldn't interfere with the 480 rad placement if it did fit it.

Beautiful case, unfortunately just doesn't fit the hardware I'm looking to put in it.

Id get in touch with Parvum cause im sure they would do the custom mods for you, also if you dont mind me asking, why are you doing push pull on a 60mm x 480mm rad, a good 40mm just in push its got more than enough dissipation, having extra fans will just add to power/noise.
Edited by Mads1 - 7/20/16 at 8:10am
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